Maritimers' First World War letters home : spirits remain high despite ...
ON THE 11th HOUR: when the war went quiet
Two names to be added to Sunny Brae War Memorial
Mechanical pets give memory care residents at Glen Haven Manor comfort
Remembering the Pictou Bar Lighthouse
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Glace Bay designer Kat Cadegan is coming home — and she won’t be empty-handed
P.E.I. judges hear Joel Clow’s murder appeal
Cape Bretoners travelling to health minister’s office by the busload
No Pipe? At least not likely before 2020 deadline says Northern Pulp
Warning letter sent to Saskatchewan First Nation with unlicensed cannabis store
REGINA — The Crown agency responsible for overseeing cannabis sales in Saskatchewan has sent a warning letter to a First Nation that has opened an unlicensed pot store. The Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming ...
Examine 'monstrous' allegations of forced sterilization of Indigenous women: NDP
OTTAWA — The federal government and the provinces must examine "monstrous" allegations of modern-day forced sterilizations of Indigenous women, NDP reconciliation critic Romeo Saganash said Monday. Saganash, who is ...
One of two runways at Halifax airport remains closed after plane skids off it
Halifax's international airport may not regain full use of both its runways until the end of November, after an overshoot that left a cargo plane mangled. Airport spokeswoman Theresa Rath Spicer said Monday the secondary runway has been ...
Police confirm six students arrested, charged in St. Michael's probe
TORONTO — Six teens were arrested and charged Monday in connection with an alleged sexual assault at an all-boys private school in Toronto as police said they were looking into more incidents and additional charges could follow. Police ...
Timeline of events at St. Michael's College School
TORONTO — Here's a timeline of events at St. Michael's College School based on information provided by the school and Toronto police: Monday, Nov. 12: — In the morning, school administrators receive a video of a hazing incident, ...
In the news today, Nov. 19
Five stories in the news for Monday, Nov. 19 ——— FLAILING NDP A WORRY FOR CONSERVATIVES The federal Conservatives return to the House of Commons today after a tumultuous two weeks that included losing one of their best-known MPs to a ...
Struggling NDP could be the biggest worry for federal Tories as House returns
OTTAWA — The federal Conservatives return to the House of Commons today after a tumultuous two weeks that included losing one of their best-known MPs to a sexual-misconduct scandal. But for leader Andrew Scheer and company, it's not Tony Clement's ...
Sophisticated phishing scams putting secrets at risk, Foreign Affairs says
OTTAWA — Canada's Foreign Affairs Department says too many of its employees are being deceived by digital scams — a "serious problem" that could see sensitive information end up in the wrong hands. The department says the ...
Boozing before game leads to team's ejection from World Curling Tour event
A curling team skipped by Jamie Koe that featured 2014 Olympic champion Ryan Fry was ejected from an Alberta bonspiel over the weekend for what organizers called unsportsmanlike behaviour resulting from excessive drinking. The ...
More than 50,000 Quebec students to strike seeking pay for internships
MONTREAL — Thousands of post-secondary students in Quebec are walking out of class this week seeking pay and workplace protections for internships undertaken as part of their studies. Nearly 55,000 students are expected to take part in ...